Practice Leadership Podcast: The Top 5 Cognitive Skills with Dr. Rob Wainner

Dr. Larry Benz welcomes back Dr. Rob Wainner to the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast to continue their discussion from last year on episode 20! Rob is the Leadership Coach of Confluent Health, as well as a well-known researcher, clinician, and teacher in physical therapy.

Larry and Rob continue their discussion with some of the benefits to having a leadership…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Manage Your Workload Instead of It Managing You

Do you ever feel like your workload kind of controls you and manages the day for you? Or maybe you feel like you can never catch up with everything you have to do.

Today, Dr. Daphne Scott discusses a few simple tricks to help you take control and manage your workload! There are 3 critical pieces to look at:


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Clinical Podcast: Preventing Injuries with Ash James

Is there a time coming where Physios will be looking at managing workplaces the same way we’ve traditionally been managing ball clubs?

We are talking with Ashley (Ash) James, who brings a perspective from the UK and also a focus on preventing injuries rather than just treating injuries. Our discussion today covers what types of prevention Ash is going…

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Inside Leadership Podcast: How To Make A Tough Decision

This week, we are talking about those moments we dread. The moments where we are faced with a complex decision. We’ll talk about making the decision, how to make it a little easier, and then, how to get others to support it.

We will talk about ONE word that makes our decisions difficult: should. We “should” do something, rather…

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It Ain’t Over ’til It’s Over: Why Our Fight for Therapy Cap Reform Must Go On

I’m a firm believer in celebrating milestones. During my years as a practicing physical therapist, it was key to keeping my patients engaged in care. Now, as an advocate for the physical therapy profession, I find that taking a moment to celebrate victories is still just as important. For one thing, taking the time to appreciate how far you…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: Global Physiotherapy and Physical Therapy with Glenn Ruscoe

This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, we will be exploring global physiotherapy and physical therapy, as well as the opportunities and challenges for the profession as digital global communications challenge local laws, rules, and cultures.

Dr. Larry Benz chats with Glenn Ruscoe, who is an Australian physiotherapist with a mission to unite our global profession. Seeing, first-hand…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Feedback Part 2 – Now What?

Welcome to our part 2 episode about feedback! Last week, we discussed the mindset surrounding feedback and our relationship to it, as well as what we typically do when giving and/or receiving feedback.

This week, Dr. Daphne Scott will discuss a model of feedback called the “What, So What, Now What” Model. It involves the facts (the what), why…

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Playing Beyond Nice in The Sandbox

One question that I routinely encounter from rehab professionals as I teach therapeutic neuroscience education across the country is this: “PNE is such great stuff!  But HOW do we get EVERYONE in our facility on board?”  That is the million-dollar question, isn’t it?  All too often we face frustration born out of our own facility or system’s…

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